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AAAA Board of Directors PRESIDENT Caryn Welz Phone: 505 948 1111 President@hotairballooning.org

SECRETARY Sue Oldenburg Phone: 505 247 3763 Secretary@Hotairballooning.org

FLYING EVENTS Zerek Welz Phone: 505 948 1112 Flying-events@hotairballooning.org

VICE PRESIDENT Frank Mezzancello Phone: 505 980 1945 Vice-president@hotairballooning.org

TREASURER Dick Rice Phone: 505 239 0200 Treasurer@hotairballooning.org

COMMUNITY RELATIONS Jason Burns Phone: Community-relations@hotairballooning.org

SPECIAL EVENTS Board of Directors Page Charity Blanchard

EDUCATION Don Boyer Phone: 505 249 7661 Education@hotairballooning.org

Phone:505 235 4799 Special-events@hotairballooning.org

CREW DEVELOPMENT Tom Kious Phone: 214 402 8834 crew-dev@hotairballooning.org

WAYS & MEANS Rachel Zimmer Phone: 505 250 7039 Ph: Ways-means@hotairballooning.org

AAAA Official Website:

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The Cloudbouncer is a monthly publication of the AAAA Education Foundation. PO Box 90160, Albuquerque, New Mexico 87199-0160 The AAAA Education Foundation strives to provide the most valuable forum. Editorials are solely the opinions of the authors and do not express the official view of AAAA. We authorize the reprinting of any content for the free exchange of information within AAAA with credit to the author and AAAA Cloudbouncer as the source. Acceptance of advertising cannot imply endorsement of products or services by AAAA nor the Cloudbouncer Editor, Publisher or Staff Please send articles and photos to www.hotairballooning.org. Deadline for all submissions is the Friday after the General Meeting. Articles, photographs and advertisements received after the deadline will be published in a future issue, if they are still relevant.

Treasurer (Dick) – Budgets are completed, both the club and the foundation are in good shape at the end of the current fiscal year. See the Treasurers Report for more information.

Secretary (Sue) – There was one new member for approval this

AAAA Board of Directors Meeting Minutes AAAA Board Meeting Minutes from June 18, 2018 President Caryn called the meeting to order at 5:33 PM. Members present: President (Caryn); Vice President (Frank); Treasurer Dick); Secretary (Sue); Crew Development (Tom); Education (Don/via phone); Flying Events (Zerek); Special Events (Charity); Ways & Means (Rachel). Members absent: Community Relations (Jason).

month, Nathan Young of Albuquerque. Dick made a motion to approve the new member, seconded by Charity. New member was approved. Discussion of address inclusion or omission in the AAAA roster followed. Following discussion, Frank made a motion to leave as is with the street address included, seconded by Dick. Vote resulted in 5 yes, 4 abstentions. Motion carried. The 2018/2019 roster will contain full addresses. Committee reports were presented. Community Relations report for Website and Cloudbouncer were presented by Zerek Welz. Education report was presented by Ken Tuley. Cloudbouncer (Zerek) – There is a face lift in the works for the Cloudbouncer. Impact of the changes, along with budget concerns were addressed, and determined to be immaterial. Look for the new and improved Cloudbouncer. Website (Zerek) – No significant changes.

Guests: Ken Tuley

Unfinished Business: None

The Board Minutes from May 14, 2018, as submitted by Charity, were reviewed. Motion to approve minutes as written was made by Frank, seconded by Tom. Minutes approved as written.

New Business:

Committee Reports were presented and will be in the Cloudbouncer New Members: Jim Snelson Dean Klassy, Sr. Becky Curling Mike, Jen, and Tristan Garcia All new members were approved by the board.


(Frank) – The June program will feature Munir Kassam. His presentation will be “Flying in Kenya”. Carol Bair is Franks “Toast & Roast” recipient for June.

New Business: Rally’s looking for pilot participation – Following a detailed discussion the Board came to the decision that any Rally organizer will have a few avenues available to them. Have a current AAAA member speak on behalf of the rally at our General meeting, join AAAA and they will be able to contact other members directly by way of the roster, or place an ad in the monthly Cloudbouncer at a price. Video Recording (Moved to new business from Education report) – With video recordings now being made of the AAAA Ground Schools and our General Meetings, sharing this information, and with whom, is being considered. Given the scope of this endeavor, it

was agreed that the Education Foundation will appoint an Ad Hoc committee to draft guidelines and suggestions for making these recordings available to members and non-members alike. At 6:59 PM Charity made a motion to adjourn, seconded by Dick. Meeting adjourned. Next Meeting: July 16 , 2018 at the Balloon Fiesta Office

receive the maximum points. Updated rules will be posted on the website. We also preparing for the Navigator crew training in September. We will need a few pilots to help by having some Navigators join their crew for the set up set up at the September flying event. Let Tom Kious know if you can help.

Community Relations Community Relations has no current request for this month.

Education Ground Schools The second Private Pilot Ground School for 2018 was held June 1-3. We had 24 students attending including students from CO, VA, CA, AZ, OR, MI, MO, and 13 from our local NM ballooning community. We would like to thank all the instructors who participated in these schools: Beth Wright-Smith, JD Huss, Chris Kenworthy, Tom Fisher, Dave Tennis, Don Boyer, Barbara Fricke, Ray Bair, Fred Lete, Clark O’Byrne, Peg Billson, Neal Smith, Ken Beebe and Gary Medina from the FAA. Also, all the other members of the Education Committee who help in support roles. We especially appreciate the AIBF for the use of their classroom facilities.

Flying Events Flying Event was canceled this month due to uncooperative winds. Thank you to Barbara Fricke for volunteering to be a hare balloon and Dave Tennis for presenting weather. Thank you also to our score meister, Dave Bagley and Sam Bradshaw for handling our NOTAM.

Crew D We are gearing up for an exciting tailgate cook off for the flying event July 8th. We will be adding a little twist this year. There will be a secret ingredient that teams will pick up the day before the cook off. This ingredient must be incorporated into your dishes in order to

We have had another very successful ground school season. A total of 69 students went through either the Private or Commercial classes and 32 attending the Effective Instructing Seminar. Thanks again to all the volunteers who made this possible. Video Recording: We now have video recordings of the Effective Instructing Seminar , Commercial and Private Ground Schools. The ground school videos are made available to the students who attended. A decision needs to be made about who else should get access and whether or not a fee should be charged. Within the next year, a “Best Of Ground School” program will be produced featuring the best segments from the past few ground schools for an online ground school that could be made available for a fee.

Ken Tuley will set up training sessions on how to set-up, use and care for the equipment. A list of authorized users will be established. Other AAAA committees may use the equipment to record other events but an authorized user must run the equipment. 2019 Ground School Dates The dates for the 2019 ground schools has been established. • PPGS February 22, 23, 24 2019 • CPGS April 26, 27, 28 2019 • PPGS May 31, June 1, 2 2019 (Only if Feb. PPGS fills) Early registration is open at the Education table at the General Meeting and will be online soon.

New book in the Education Bookstore “Telling Is Not Teaching” by Mike Thompson is now available for sale at the Education table at the General Meetings. Youth Committee: The BFA Rio Grande Balloon Camp is just a few weeks away. The camp will be July 7-12. We have 24 campers from 11 different states (Washington to New Jersey). Our first flying activity will be with the July AAAA event. Please come out and say Hi to these great kids. Fiesta Safety Seminar We are in the planning stage for the Fiesta Safety Seminar. If you have any suggestions on topics or speakers, please let us know. The seminar will be on Tuesday, Oct 9 in the Sid Cutter Pilots’ Pavilion. Safety Corner The Safety Corner for June AAAA General Meeting will be Ray Bair presenting his famous talk on “Flying With A Purpose”

Ways & Means This year’s annual AAAA Pin are HERE!!! They feature our 2018 theme Fly Safe. They are $5 and you can find them at the next AAAA monthly meeting. Special thank you to all the pilots who opted to fly a banner at the last Flying Event. We will continue to need

volunteers to fly the banners at each AAAA Flying event. Each pilot will sign the banner after flying and return it. At the end of the year the sponsors will receive their banner at the AAAA Awards Banquet as a gift. Flying a banner does not mean your flying a sponsor, just the banner :-) We are working on a fun but secret little fundraiser for this summer. The fundraiser will be held at the September flying event at the Fiesta Field. The event will go off even if we don’t fly. We are looking for a minimum of 10 daring individuals to be nominated and would be willing to participate! This food challenge goes back 300 years. Special shout out to Anthony Lard for being the first participant to register!! We will be having a $10.00 entry fee for this contest! This is not something your going to want to miss!!! Please contact me if your interested. Stay tuned for more info! Happy Hour will be on Tuesday, July 3rd at 6:00pm located at the Main Event. Tickets will be $20 and $5 from each ticket goes back to AAAA. This event was very successful last year and we hope to see everyone come for a super fun evening. Looking to join a fun and exciting committee? Look no further than Ways and Means. Our next committee meeting is July 11th at 6pm. Please let me know if you interested in attending.

Special Events Well, due to not optimal weather at the June Flying Event, the Ice Cream social has been postponed to the July Flying Event! Special Events will be scooping and serving until the ice creams runs out after flying!!!!! The AAAA Picnic is scheduled for August 4 at the Elena Gallegos Double Shelter Picnic Area. (This is the same place it was last year.) Steve Mezzancello will be making his final appearance as Grill Master. Times will be announced closer to the event. As always, please plan on bringing a dish to share -- Special Events will provide, burgers, hot dogs, buns, condiments and bottles of water. As the time gets closer, please watch the Special Events Board Report for information on Jingle Bell and Friends and Lovers -- there will be a few changes this year! Upcoming Events: 7/8 -- Ice Cream Social 8/4 -AAAA Picnic 12/8-9 -- Jingle Bell 2/8-10/2019 -- Friends and Lovers

Safety Corner Flying VFR, presented by John Dewitt of the FAA

This was a reminder that weather conditions can change very quickly, especially with the unsettled weather patterns being experienced all over the country, so brush up on your cloud clearances and if you think clearances are dropping, they probably are, so get out of the sky. The second part of John’s safety talk was directed to pilots flying in Rio Rancho from the Westside and Unser field. The class D key for Double Eagle Airport is just west of this field with the boundary being basically the water tower. Located next to the water tower is an FAA Facility that houses an IFR Initial Approach Fix which guides planes flying IFR to an altitude of 7629’ MSL. If balloons are flying in marginal VFR conditions in this area, the potential for an accident is increased significantly. So, if you find yourself going from VFR conditions to being stuck in a cloud, get down.

Community Requests GREETINGS! I am a member of the AIBF Heritage Committee. Jewel Cutter and I are working on an article for the 2018 Fiesta program and could use some help. We are writing about the Balloon Fiesta Queens. We have some information, but many blanks. Is there a way to ask the AAAA members whether they have information on Balloon Fiesta Queens? We are also interested in the Fiesta Parades. We appreciate any help you can provide. Information can be sent to me at mnason@cabq.gov Regards, Marilee ************************************************** Marilee Schmit Nason, Ph.D., Curator of Collections Anderson – Abruzzo Albuquerque International Balloon Museum

Vice President (Frank) – The July program will be Zerek & Caryn Welz presenting their experiences in France. Secretary (Sue) – A welcome to our newest members: Dean Klassy of Albuquerque; Jim Snelson of Rio Rancho; David & Shaye Torres of Albuquerque; and Nathan Young of Albuquerque. Thank you. Treasurer (Dick) – Both the AAAA Club and the AAAA Education Foundation ended the Fiscal Year with money in the bank. Budgets are completed for the upcoming year and will be available in the Cloudbouncer. Pie Charts will be in the Cloudbouncer and as always, if anyone has a question, please contact Dick at treasurer@hotairballooning.org. Committee reports were presented next and will be in the Cloudbouncer. General Meeting Minutes from Tuesday June 26, 2018 Frank, our Vice President, started our meeting with a “Toast & Roast” special “door prize ticket” drawing of a bottle of Bailey’s that was “won” by Carol Bair. Frank continued his toast to Carol with stories of her early antics in ballooning and her later significant contributions to the sport.

The monthly door prize drawing ended our meeting but sadly no more alcohol was available. Carol enjoy your Bailey’s. Next meeting: Tuesday, July, 24th

Our President, Caryn, then welcomed the membership and guests who were in attendance. Caryn then congratulated our new pilots and Tom Kious on receiving his Commercial rating. Our program, “Flying in Kenya”, presented by Munier Kassam of Kenya, followed. A wildlife pictorial of land and balloon safaris which take place in the Masai Mara National Reserve, was the focus for the program. With approximately 300 flyable days in this spectacular setting, there will be anywhere from 40 to 60 balloons in the air enjoying the sights. With no power lines to worry about, the balloons can fly close to the ground for that up close and personal view of the local wildlife. So, get your passports in order and just maybe they will be having a Balloon Rally in this beautiful reserve next year. The Board was convened at this time. Members present: President (Caryn); Vice President (Frank); Treasurer (Dick); Secretary (Sue); Community Relations (Jason); Crew Development (Tom); Education (Don); Flying Events (Zerek); Special Events (Charity); Ways & Means (Rachel).

Thank you to all those who participated in our June events! These included our monthly flying event, our happy hour, private pilot ground school and our monthly meeting. Thank you to all of you who are interacting with us online. As always, we post all of our dates and information are on our website at www.hotairballooning.org and on our Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/HotAirBallooning.org/. We wouldn’t be what we are without you. We look forward to seeing all of you in July!

BFA – No representation. VFRS (Kelli Ballangee) – Nothing new to report. Top Gun (Will Fitzpatrick) – A reminder that the focus of Top Gun is Education and Training by way of competition. The June event winner was a rookie pilot, Kelly Price. It was also the reason for the Safety Corner. Oops! Fiesta (Sam Parks & Jennifer Garcia) – Sam reminded us that the surveys filled out after each Fiesta are looked at and used in making changes where needed. This year will have a new route for propane to help alleviate the congestion with field access from the north entrance and parking area. Jennifer reminded us to get the necessary paperwork in as soon as possible. Email reminders will be going out to pilots shortly. Launch sites will be available in September. Balloon Museum/Foundation (Jill Lang) – The Museum had another record breaking year, with attendance as of mid-June being in excess of 140,000 visitors. The Chic-aBoom Ball held in August has been sold out but you can still get into the raffle for their big cruise giveaway. Tickets are $25.00 each or 5 for $100.00. Balloon Explorium – No representation.

June's flying event had 11 pilots. Congratulations to June's Champion Kelly Price Second place went to Anthony Lard Third place went to Mike Heffron Thank You to all the volunteers for your help. July Top Gun flying event will be Sunday, July 22nd Meeting at AIBF offices Registration will be at 5:15am Pilot Briefing will be at 5:45am

WELCOME TO CREW CHIEF’S CORNER! Here is a reprinted article from our June 2000 Cloudbouncer. Enjoy!

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Albuquerque Aerostat Ascension Association AAAA Education Foundation Treasurer’s Report May 31, 2018

COMMENTS: Here we are closing out another year of Ballooning in Albuquerque. We are all older and some of us perhaps are wiser, but all with great memories. Our Finances remain strong as we begin another year. The numbers speak for themselves. We accomplished 5 Successful Educational programs and 2 successful Balloon events as well as several fun flying events (despite some windy cancellations) during the year. Thank you to all our committee members and Board for leading us through a fun successful year. Let’s do it again! CASH: Cash on hand at the end of May in the Education Foundation was $51,456, a decrease of approximately 4% from the same period last year, and The AAAA Club cash was $19,730, an approximate 12% decrease from the same period last year. INCOME STATEMENT: At the end of May we were showing an excess of revenue over disbursements of $4,122 in the Education Foundation compared to $1,041 for the same period last year. Excess disbursements over revenue in the AAAA Club were $2,250 compared to $-5,191 for the same period last year.

Treasurer Report

Closing Comments: You will find in this issue of the CloudBouncer a one page summary of both the Education Foundation and the AAAA Club Statements of Receipts and Disbursements with Budget Comparison along with illustrative Pie Charts, which I hope you will take the time to review. I welcome any questions, comments, or thoughts for improvement. Dick Rice Treasurer Treasurer@hotairballooning.org

AAAA Education Foundation

Income & Expense Comparison with Budget Year ended

Annual Budget


6/1/2017 - 5/31/2018

Ordinary Income/Expense Income Chase Crew Development Communications Dividends Education Special Events Ways & Means Direct Public Support Other Types of Income Total Income

250.00 667.00 94.57 27,874.45 23,491.00 7,094.31 150.00 111.04

1,350.00 1,400.00 100.00 24,000.00 22,100.00 17,500.00 600.00 100.00



1,264.01 746.24 19,760.78 28,477.57 3,180.17 60.00 0.00 2,121.65

2,200.00 4,000.00 15,500.00 33,550.00 8,450.00 650.00 0.00 2,800.00





Expense Communications Chase Crew Development Education Special Events Ways & Means Board and Miscellaneous Facilities and Equipment Operations

Treasurer Report

Total Expense Net Income

Income 111.04, 0%

250.00, 1% 94.57, 0%

150.00, 0% 667.00, 1%

Chase Crew Development

7,094.31, 12% 27,874.45, 47%

Communications Dividends Education Special Events Ways & Means Direct Public Support Other Types of Income

23,491.00, 39%

Treasurer Report 2,121.65, 4% 746.24, 1%

Expense 1,264.01, 2%

0.00, 0% 60.00, 0% 3,180.17, 6%

Communications Chase Crew Development 19,760.78, 36%

Education Special Events Ways & Means Board and Miscellaneous Facilities and Equipment Operations

28,477.57, 51%

AAAA Statement of Receipts & Disbursements with Budget Comparison Year ended 5/31/2018

Annual Budget 6/1/2017- 6/30/2018

Ordinary Income/Expenses Income Other Types of Income Membership Board & Administration Flying Events Programs Total Income

0.00 16,025.00 20.72 1,863.00 0.00

0.00 17,000.00 20.00 4,300.00 0.00



7,462.06 4,500.00 1,040.24 0.00 718.46 1,800.00 4,638.11 0.00

8,080.00 4,000.00 800.00 0.00 900.00 1,850.00 5,690.00 0.00






Flying Events Special Events Membership Facilities and Equipment Board and Administration Report Other Types ofTreasurer Expenses - Insurance Programs Community Relations Total Expenses Net Ordinary Income


Flying Events 10%

Other 10%

Membership 90%

Programs 0% Other Types of Income 0%

Board & Administration 0%

Expenses Treasurer Report

Board and Administration 4%

Community Relations 0% Programs 23% Flying Events 37%

Other Types of Expenses - Insurance 9% Membership 5% Special Events 22% Facilities and Equipment 0%

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24th – General Meeting @ Balloon Museum 600pm Social 630pm meeting 22nd – Top Gun July 3rd – Happy Hour @ Main Event July

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11th – AAAA Flying Event 0600am – Rio Rancho 20th - Board Meeting 28th – General Meeting @ Balloon Museum 600pm Social 630pm meeting 18-19th – Top Gun September 4th – Happy Hour @ TBD

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2018 July Cloudbouncer  

Official publication of the Albuquerque Aerostat Ascension Association (AAAA) Hot Air Balloon Club.

2018 July Cloudbouncer  

Official publication of the Albuquerque Aerostat Ascension Association (AAAA) Hot Air Balloon Club.